The Roland Juno-106 is an analog polyphonic synthesizer released by Roland Corporation in February 1984. It was one of Roland's best-selling synthesizers in the 80’s and is still well appreciated nowadays.
One of its typical problems is the failure of the voice chips, in which one or more of the 6 available chips become silent, quiet or crackly. This is what happened to my Juno, and before repairing it, I decided to do some recordings of its noisy sound: "Solo" tracks, in which the Juno-106 sounds "on its own", and "Duet" tracks, in which I additionally play and/or manipulate its controls.
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The cover image was adapted from the following Marcus Cyron's photo of the roman goddess Juno in Boston's Museum of Fine Arts: